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ABLE Club of S.C. kicks off membership drive

Posted: July 25, 2013 1:55 p.m.
Updated: July 29, 2013 5:00 a.m.

The ABLE Club of S.C., the official athletic booster club of Lugoff-Elgin High School athletics, is kicking off its 2013-14 membership campaign.
Jeff Robinson is the new president of the organization.
Athletic season ticket packages and corporate sponsorship drives for all Demon athletic squads for the upcoming academic year are already underway.
Here are the options:

 Corporate sponsorships

Platinum Level: $1,000: Sponsors receive five all-sport passes, two tailgate tickets, a full-page ad in the program book, four sport complex signs and recognition at Corporate Appreciation Night.
Gold Level: $800: Sponsors receive four all-sport passes, one tailgate ticket, a half-page ad in the program book, two sport complex signs and recognition at Corporate Appreciation Night.
Silver Level: $500: Sponsors receive three all-sport passes, a half-page ad in the program book, two sport complex signs and recognition at Corporate Appreciation Night.
Bronze Level: $300: Sponsors receive two all-sport passes, a half-page ad in the program book and one sports complex sign and recognition at Corporate Appreciation Night.

Season passes/Tailgate package

Student All-Sport Pass (ages 6-18): $50: Provides general admission to all home athletic events, excluding playoff contests.
Individual All-Sport Pass: $60: Provides general admission to all home athletic events, excluding playoff contests.
Football Tailgate Ticket: $40: Provides a meal ticket for a family of four for all home football games.
Seasonal Sports Pass: $40: Provides general admission to all home athletic events in that particular --- fall, winter and spring --- season, excluding playoff contests.
For further information on the ABLE Club of S.C., season ticket and/or sponsorship packages, please contact Lugoff-Elgin High School at 438-3481 or phone the L-E athletic department at 438-8011.

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